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Tags are a way of adding dimensions to Datadog telemetries so they can be filtered, aggregated, and compared in Datadog visualizations. Using tags enables you to observe aggregate performance across a number of hosts and (optionally) narrow the set further based on specific elements. In summary, tagging is a method to observe aggregate data points.How do I report on Datadog usage?
Report on Datadog usage by choosing up to three tags, for example: env, team, and account_id. For more information, see Using Tags.What functions does Datadog support?
Examples include rates and derivatives, smoothing, and others. See the list of available functions. Datadog also supports the ability to graph your metrics, logs, traces, and other data sources with various arithmetic operations. Use: +, -, /, and * to modify the values displayed on your graphs.How do I use arithmetic in Datadog?
Datadog also supports the ability to graph your metrics, logs, traces, and other data sources with various arithmetic operations. Use: +, -, /, and * to modify the values displayed on your graphs. This syntax allows for both integer values and arithmetic using multiple metrics. To graph metrics separately, use the comma (, ). For example, a, b, c.